Maquira sclero-phylla

Plant Name: Maquira Sclero-phylla Plant Source: Maquira Sclero-phylla Origin: Tropical Parts of South America Part of Plant: Fruit And Bark Active Ingredients: Unknown Maquira sclero-phylla is a huge tree that is native to the tropical areas of South America. It can grow as large as 30 meters in height. The natives made a snuff from the fruit and bark […]

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Intoxicating Mint

Plant Name: Lagochilus Inebrians Plant Source: Intoxicating Mint Origin: Uzbekistan Part of Plant: Leafs and Flowers Active Ingredients: Unknown and Debatable Lagochilus inebrians is part of the mint family, and as you can imagine, many of the species that belong to the mint family is psychoactive in someway. Lagochilus inebrians is also known as intoxicating […]

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Plant Name: â€‹Sceletium Tortusoum Plant Source: Kanna Origin: South Africa Part of Plant: Leafs and Flowers Active Ingredients: Mesembrine and Mesembrenol ​Sceletium tortusoum, also known as Kanna, is a succulent plant native to South Africa. It has been used by die indigenous people of South Africa before Jan van Riebeeck landed there and is still being used by the rural […]

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Plant Name: Coleus Plant Source: Plectranthus Scutellarioides Origin: Southeast Asia and Australia Part of Plant: Leafs Active Ingredients: Unknown Plectranthus scutellarioides is commonly known as coleus, a plant used mostly for ornamental purposes. There are many people that doesn’t know coleus is psychoactive. Coleus is native to southeast Asia and Australia but can be found worldwide.  […]

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Plant Name: Datura Plant Source: Nightshade Origin: Mexico Part of Plant:Seeds and Flower Active Ingredients: Scopolamine, Hyoscyamine and Atropine Datura is also known as Devil’s Trumpet, Jimsonweed and Hell’s Bells. Datura is technically not psychoactive but realistic, poisonous. It can however be used as a delirium if you use just the right amount and this makes […]

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Ergine is part of the ergoline family and it’s also known as d-lysergic acid amide(LSA). LSA occurs naturally in some fungi and also in various species of vines. LSA is most abundant in Hawaiian Baby Woodrose seeds and also in Morning Glory seeds.  The most common effects are as follows:  Body Sensations: LSA gives you a […]

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